'fflE SOUTH BKND NEWS-TIMES
It N forbbhlen to travel on horse-1-ack
or on a hicycle, except for cer
tain occupational reasons.
No newspapers or pamphlets may
t" printed or circulated without
permission. Today the Cologne, (bi
ztte and other papers were, not pub
Isihed. although they expect to re
POLLY AND HER PALS
it's a poor rule that won't work both ways.
tCopjrlffM. l'.ds. Irsttorn.-itl nit Newt
fe rr'.i e.
AlLUS VJAS A
People of Town Begin to Un
derstand What Military
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Mr X I II II f Ml I 1K1 : fill!
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rOL(i.;.i:, Tlr;i-l.i.v. Da-. 1-'. !
f 'oiosfn Sunday rame mid'T ris'i'I
runrti.il bi'-v for the first time mhc.
I:riti?h tr")ji.-4 arrlw. -,. re. an-1 th;
j -- h iv. .fun to realize wha'.
formal eeu;at iori i- j-v-int: to nicnn
Hnre the advance troojt-t of th
I'.ritish army en-rel the city there
had been l:ttb- r no interference
vith the affairs of the po;.-i! ttion.
ar.fl the (I rriiins were la-inriini: to
flötler t hcir.x b. e - that they are K"-inq-
to have a rather easy time, wh' .'i
they were uwakene.l by the nr lrs
of ;er. i'hirr.er, which bec ame f
Contained in the list of rules nre
iv.o which the re-i'.ejit.s appear to
dislike particularly. One provide
that all male ci v ilin t: ni'i-t p:r et
F'ritish r.tbe,-r. aiwl the j.la in; -.'
the Ilritixh national anthem hy re
moving their hats, and incn in ur.l
form hy th usual military salute.
The or ler forhi'ls residents to h-.tre
their homes l.'two-n the house of 7
at niht and r. o'clock in t'ne rnorn
with sonte xrept'ions, such a
(ifrfryinf." and phj siria ns.
i n the inside of the door leading
into every lioi;.-", must he posted a
Ii.-. of the occupant:-, containing in
formation re-ir. inline their arcs, oc
cupation and other matter. N'o
person may chant--.- his (r her resi
dente without perrnii.n and every
inhabitant 12 years old and over
must h.tv an bb nt i'b rition card. All
lay today cruwd- wr- athereil o ;t-s-blo
th shfi,.? of photographers?
wn'.tlntc t" the pirtures whi'h
must b placed, on the ard.
The residents havim; the-..- cardi
may mow freely a' oat th- nty. hut
ma) not leave it without permission.
The transportation and sale of
liquor, x.xpt beer arid wines, is
forbidden. No street assemblies will
be permittee!, and other assemblies
m;:tt. be authorized. Arnuv-raf.-r.t
plares cannot run without authoriza
tion. liexider.t must surrender all
weapons and must aid the rilit.'sry
in the- pursuit of law breakers. There
can be no telephone communication
sav in extr me cases and then only
with permission. The employment
of wir-less and piireons is forbidden.
Only limited personal or busir.es?
correspondence with ;rman prison
ers is permitted. Civilians are for
1 idden tc have cameras. The mili
tary will have, the right to search
men suspected of having concealed
weapon-; or of having broken ordinance.-?.
Field Mnr.-'hal Haig has issued an
order to the titire occupied terri
tory in which he declares that the
inhabitants will be protected as long
as they are obedient and peaceable
The death penalty or some other
punishment as may be decreed, it is
provided, if violence is done soldiers
or the supplies or works necessary
to the military operations are damaged.
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Copyright. 1918. by New.p.ptr Feature Service. b,c. Cre.t Britain Right. Re.Tvrd. Regi.tera n U. S. r.tert O fiC.
Here Is Cast of Great Laibes Revue
n if u
HOME GUARDS SEEKING
INDOOR GAME FRIDAY
The indo-r baseball team repre
senting o. Ij, home guards, Misha
waka. I;as an open date Friday eve
ning this week, aad is desirous of
arranging a game with a team rep
resenting a Hotith lUnd company to
be played in South Bend. Detail;
will be arranged by Sergt. Frankel,
who can be reached by calling Mish
awaka Bell L' 10. Mishawaka Home
or South Bend Homo 71P.4.
ARRANGES 140 GAMES
BIB.MINCJHAM. Ala., Dec. 1.
Directors of thr Southern Associa
tion of Professional Ba-hall Clubs
frYttf a meeting acre today ,ted f
iHvMUP'MUUvlA.li ! have a sch. dule of HO games next
C'V Vy -, Z;Jl J fr rZ? i yr-ason. beginning about May 1. Th-
jLuLix f-'l ii w, Uk iSJLL.Ui.;'LT''2 J (player Hmi. wa !ie(l nt 11 men and
ORPHEUM WAR WEEKLY
' set a the falary limit.
j Til- ciirectors al.-a voted not 'o
i:ik" playeis from the major b. agues
Sunder optional agreements.
A Study In llotal
"I Know Von"
1'. v enl ii n
HAYS WANTS TO TALK
OVER "'THE SITUATION
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. '.'hair
man Hay of the republican na
tional committee Monday issued a
rail for a meeting of the committee
at Chic.iL'o Jan. 10, to discuss the
funeral situation and to lay plans for
LA PETITE CABARET
"Ianikin .Musical Comcdv.
NADELL & FOLLETTE
autlcillc a la C arte.
WILL & LINDA NEWMAN
m ion: oTiii K
POSTA I, Vi :T IS KIB1 I D.
i:i.iz.r.i:TH. n. j., Dec. d;.
i'arl B. Smith of Brockton, .Mass.. a
terau postal employe, who had
"oeeu in training the past few month-,
for the ail- mail service, was killed
Monday when his plane fell f.00 feet
the field used as the New York
terminal of the air pest system.
Witnesses of the accilent said
that Smith apparently tried to
charme his position in the machine
w hile tl ir.g atrainst tho wind.
100 OF 'EM IN THE
reezy Musical Frolic
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' Jt' .Civ'
Hire are the jolly bluejackets who comprise the cast of the ('Jrc.it l.a lew B,v:ie. t !'. breezy sailor mu
sical comedy at tho Oliver on Wednesday and Thursday nights and Thursday matinee. The sailor with tie
gladiator costume is none other than South Bend's own "Duke" Staphs, of 10':: Woodward av. All of tl
other lads formerly were on the professional ftage- before Conning the ii,ifot,ni of bine. Tl; (Jiaat Bakes
Uevue company numbers 100, all sailors. It's described as the hit of tie season and comes tu :-uuth B.nl
from n scries of successes through oat the country.
Tin: tni:isTi.s moxmy ci.ru
is now open and you can start an ac-
o'.nt with lc. 2e or äc. Join this
popular club now. American Trust
Co. Advt. 104G7-1S
Carl Morris Given
fC O. by Dempsey
Ni:W (IILKANS, La.. Dec. 17.
'of the heavyweight char
at Tin: castli:.
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jack Dempsey. ot ctan, claimant ieuievo.ou.uie x.wm.t.... , - i ? hr.i;,h i.tninie's d.-siro to protect;!
of the heavyweight championship, j 1 ' V. tiu- girl, and their final reunion H
a screen event, is seen as a fa sein- . , . , . . t, :
knocked out Carl Mdris, of Okla- , , '.n. , uh"n i-nny proves his right to th- ,
hon,,, in the hrst round of their j U 1 " j V- ' "f h'h
scheduled 20-round bout here Mon- Ue r-i b utr c u v r,u ' m mpreiv, - ; j
day night after one minute of hght- J ormhmV'y i ' ' ' 'Tr'!!.'.'! X!"U,.in ' .!??V'll !,.'.'" ' i
ALWAYS A NEW PICTURE EVERY DAY
One of Stat;clinds Foremost
'ON THE QUIET'
This production which was
played on the stage with
preat success by William
Collier, marks Mr. Barry
more's return to Paramount
pictures after an abfence of
The Famous Vaudeville Star
SUCH A LITTLE
this Paramount vehicle
which serves to introduce to
picture "fans" the well
known vaudeville favorite.
Harrison Ford and Theodore
Roberts are also in the sup
.lohn llirrvmore. who rvturns to
s"-nml lov tho m-iimmi. after a
ihiat" earv absence, js ono of Am
erica's foremost a tors tmhtt.
He is (he brother of llthcl Ilarr
moro ami of Lionel, who i now
sianinc I "T..e Copixrhcatl" in
ine Ic-.iing 1 1 " xnrii t!ux"t'
ais agi he has starred on Broad
way in Iut nt" and "IN tor lbhot
'"11," winning for hinw If an en
Thoo who iviiiemltr Iiis .Man
Ii-oni Mexico" and Vou a
.Mason?" will like him oon !rt!cr
in "On the (ulct." a dcluiou coin-
Lila Lf i flu famous twiddles"
oi :tiidei11i renown. Hep lirst jtic
lure under tlie rar.imiMint-Anir.il'i
banner i a ihirlwliul comedy aNmt
a little maid wh longid t Ik :
(.cr-aldine Iarrar. the U'autiful
oNratie star cnnes t the IiSalle
Vctlnelay in "The Turuof tl.
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TY" COBB HOPES TO
QUIT BASEBALL SOON
! e'.-xcr eoinedv iv.is aiso shmvii
gives the dainty scrcn star ample ;.r);(i h ; rn.:i.,. todav. i
opportunity for the display of lu r ,Jom MK Cln,t ,(,m(,ri,,,, m a '
comedy artistry. Cyril Harcourt. thn!linL. Uv,;i.!M ,1,-ama ' alle 1
the author, also wrote "A Pair of i.. ... Tv.rtun." Mutt and.
I Silk Stockinps." a picture in which jJf.ff th.. ,,.,th(. N,.vv,: an,i imcmi-s'
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!i Delightful, B
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'with fore ful dramatic moments.
!Th. arnal of the p.ils at Winniere.-l
iliall, th'.dr amazement at jrainimj a
-lcome vh( n lannv i bolievtd by ,
an olrl dnrkt y s. rvar.t to be the m
tt-r fd the ho'l.-", their fiht with.n
j the unscrupiili-us Vr. Chilton, then'
Not a Band Concert
For the Benefit of the
Navv Relief Society
The same wonderful show that packed 60,
000 into the Auditorium, Chicago.
Crammed full of fun and frolic a sure
cure for a case of the blues.
100 "peppy" young Americans in a riot of
mirth, melody and merriment.
Enough talent to fill a dozen variety houses
former professional acts.
Replete with catchy tunes the kind you
whistle and hum after the show.
SUPERB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 40
vrV VOl'k' Dec I" -Tv"iMiss Talmadfre appeared recently. , S( , a ., , m,lv vh Tl)to ar,
v. r. Vv. !Tlu' T,lot Jf,Iift the adventures e? i ( , th ,
rohb. Detroits preat batter and out- -.u r 111 aiuis ou no on..
, ' . , . , ,, la vounp. woman in search of literary .
fahler, hopes to quit baseball. Ho i - . , , . ,
... m ! material, who is ain tijin:: to es- miiv n i pvMf im IV
so stated Mond iv on his return from . . , , f liAKUi .UM I. l.
. : , , cape the boredom of a rather tire- ,,,-,,-
France, where he lias served as a 1 , . LIIL S(ltt.l- COM
Wednesday and Thursday Nights and
Prices Nights, 50c to $1.50. Matinee, 25c
NO WAR TAX BY SPECIAL PERMISSION
OF TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
' ciptain in the army. He has no
intention at present, he said, of
some en p;i Kein cut
"Cn the (eiiet," liely comedy is'
; n 'n-iii M.-irrwnn r o r 1 1 ...
Tomorrows rm-ture is entitle i , . . . ... . T-i
i i.l 11 1 l UIIMII I J I'll i u I v nun- ii i
, sicrninp up airain. although he ad- .. , . t .. . t t. . ir , .lax- w;tli .b dm 1 . urr moiv ft ature 1
! , . k. .in ,., "On the Mat, and star, that pood - -tl v ,;M I i !
mitted that base;-. ill still had for
act.u. .Tolm Ttarrymoie.
in tlio leadintT role. Wlu-n pli:d oni
him "a terrible fascination."
"I'm poinp down to my home in
Aupusta and rest up for several j
months." said Cobb. '7 intend to
l.r,- ik- :iv.t- f rnrn 1, isphnll T'ii tiri-.?
, ... "t T. ' Morrell Sextette, an a 're-at ion o.
ci 11 aim i wain u qun. wiue i in
1 1 1
AT Tili: Oltl'Mbl -M.
Tne present ecelh-nt Orpheum
bill i, headlined by tii-1 IWatrue
tho rpeakinr st. "ice a few years apo ' rj
Willi ;m Collier ha- the role of th - j U
car"l- -' "u r.p coil -o man whose
liahi's nearlv 1 t ltim liir; -veet
n r n n r n f ri
vi ' i- L-J
art. When thy are ?;.nally luar-'ij
... , . . . be.iut fu women uho present a real j 1 j j
-till pood. There is the danper that i ... . , . r - ' tb.em until tlmv finillv - ) r 'fuc- , j
. i musical treat. Most of tlu-ir num-, H
tb.e fascination of th' came has its. , . ,. . at tlm brittoTn of th m d v:np ?
, ,, , Ibers are presented by tlio ladies . . it
ludd on me. but I shall make evorv . , ... , . .- :;t- Tu-- -(tf r s-r.o is o--,- the i f 4
. ! 1 quartet with mo1i: r. nd harp a-- ... , . i
etfort to te-ir awav from it, and not 1 1 n ;-. or;s-::i il e- -t s - -.-..-d. The -n - t
It has always been a great pleasure to us to be able to
show cur very popular
s:c:i with any club apain.
"When 1 say this. I naturally pre
sume that the release thnt tho m.m
comp animcnt--. i n :r pi -rani . . . , '.j
. i : L' . i - . . i : . i ' ; " . i . 1 1 - ...... ( . . r
oricir.al and wt-i! -bam need and i:
sur?- to t.'t-ase lov'is of pood musb
n 1 ; LI
ft er ejusofb-. John '1
1-nrrir " '-rlilfri ble drin kin a
liavJüu u y uj
apers pave ,:s last fa !. with our 1 ! . , U I t . - ti,, ' T-arrem-T and T.ois M red tl- ar? H
, .. . ,. , . ;d Cold, ;i rood smp r. brirp their; . . ifj
days notice is bind m r. and that . . ... .., . v..-1 suited to their lea. Imp ro
, ' . . , , . Mini'iue ;un!ev:lle df r:np tn 'r- .
t h.ev have no lecal strmcs on me ' ... ,. , ; . : dav: lata I.f -1 in m ch a f
. . . , . phcum patrons. l.ntitied 'l know j
r.ow. I hopo so, nt least. ' . ,. - , . , tti" Ikrate. I
' ... : n on. ami con-uV.iep of c-mmdy pre ' i j
'1 vp mad'1 no plans ahad or mv . . , ... ., , i ; h
1 , tt r nti ' sn- rst'i with s-mcs. it i- . . . l 1 1
rest. I haven't a profession boau?-
VICTOHY 1"CM1 Y(r.
" I b. ft school at 17 to play bas.-
, 1 all."
... . . ...... . . . s
o"'h cieciarci tna. tne w.r ea t
re;m enate 1 1 .-. eba!l .and thit ":t's
;;o:nc to boom this :-oaton rs it'
mwer dom before."
v-f . t 'i,l t' i- in- xvith : 11 who hear :
ei m:k:n ;k t. with it ' 1 '' "
Am. r:r an Tru-t on pa r v
, ihiret V.Mle'I Sive.
u'" ' ' ... -t- tl,,. Vr
r. I Folic t to, p. prettv pirl and a :
u-i't t I plan. e - m r."w. .i:.e:i(-,in .
Newman, in a bexir.c. jucp'.inp an
cyclinp nun.: e-. cr-e-j.lt. s the bill.
While be has always appeared in fine pictures, never has any
picture given him the different opportunities to show his
clever acting as in
Li U a'l
j bilLlM Ii Loy
TODAY The Delightful Comedienne
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "A LADY'S NAME"
An amusing story of a young woman who meets with stranre
and thrilling adventures in her search for literary material.
TOMORROW The Famous JOHN BARRYMORE in "ON
GETS 3"D BEAT! MO
at t;u: oi ivr':.
:c- ;ar ' ; v 1 . t b" v a i i
.!t : t th ''i' r. (;-.r:.-t
Trading with ad verthn
mf-ns more for less cash.
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b-:;t re r. ' . : n
:u'. c: s .e
in H v;s . , f
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-.he I itr, ' . : t to ' a f .--. ? -
on M knee- ' h'le th" f : " :
cov.T-1 i:vr ar I ' 1 " ' ' v h ' 1 ' a
strae-.c a fo 'd V'-y. ft. r r. n .-..'"
:r r.f.'-n th e b '"."!': 'h r- ''
eree ciah-.cd tr- ! r .- ' "--
t.T the r. r-.aai.: r tb T-:i I
,Ha." -On -rial- .-.nd ctb- r w, 11 gJ ? 1 ft TZ jJT :
n -Tne I-'- rc v vr. ;n "' i K ...... . t
" her bit- c ; f -i
In'-. e . " r 1 . .- - e M-
! r ". a an
r: Scats Now Sellinrj for u
; Sei. Williams Stock Co. f
Nothing can equal it. Throughout the six reels it hclas ycu
with the ulmcst mterest. We are &afe in saying no one ccukl
ask for a better comedy drama. It's a streng 1C0 per ccr.t
photoplay that will more ihzn please every rr.an, woman and
ch:!d and .we recommend HAROLD LOCKWOOD and
"PALS FIRST" in the very highest terms. We also present
a very laughable 2-rccl TWEDE DAN ccmedy, "CAMOU
FLAGE." mailing this a well worth one hcur and forty-five
HAROLD LOCK V. CCD ir
1 A nirttire -a'MOU t-t t!e s . : ". i i - . . 1 KT I . Ü I '
b-r han-ib i b-s opponent .bout ... ;1,v'..raN Flrst- ,A;;. .h,ev:; at t.e ,1 bdturclay Mat. ana 9 V
no pit at a
TOMORROW William Fox presents his real cowboy darodivil, TOM MIX, the greatest
trie'; ?nd d-re-cVvil hcrseman ever seen 'n picture?. Nothing like TOM MIX' most wonder
ful riding and when ycu see "FAME AND FORTUNE" ycu will fcrgct all the ctr western
dramas vca have ever seen before. There Is only cr.e TOM MIX and we want everybody to
knew him. Also "Mutt and Jeff," always funn ; PATHE NEWS of curcrvtf "d ')?
Enemy to Scap," a laughable Toto comedy, miir.g thb seme big show. HY PLLIAL RE
QUEST we are bringing back FRIDAY. CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "A DOG'b LIFE, a not m
three reek. Oh yes, also NORMA TALMADGE in "FIFTY-FIFrY." some five-reel drama.
jAu.litorium tsterIiv nith Haro l g Sunday Mat. ülld Niht 1 !
. r il.ockwool in the n ldin- rob Tie- j ij L.
iV b - T ! E S i er;- is int.. nc!y in te rc -t ir icplctc tw n m ' ' r-
TlRST IN THE NEU
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